Warner Guild Dies in Lusk of Pneumonia
Warner Admiral Guild, 75, of Lusk, died at the Spencer Hospital March 8 from pneumonia. Funeral services were held in Denver with the Olinger Mortuary in charge. Mr. Guild had worked in this area as an oil field worker.
The Lusk Herald
March 28, 1957
Services for Warner Guild Held in Denver
Grave side services were held March 11 at Crown Hill Cemetery in Denver for Warner Guild of Lusk, who died March 8 from pneumonia. Rev. Marion Hixson officiated.
Warner Admiral Guild was born August 31, 1881 in Sugar Run, Penn., the son of Rufuas and Frances Guild. He had been an oilwell driller for many years, living in Lusk for about ten years. He was formerly employed by Roy Schulte and Schoonover Drilling companies.
Survivors include a sister, Mrs. H. V. Meabon of Lusk; three sons, Walter F., Denver, Rufus R., Houston, Texas and LeRoy, LeMesa, Calif., and one half brother Harry H. Hall of Pennsylvania.